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[image]STS-52 Crew Portrait - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Five NASA astronauts and one Canadian payload specialist composed the STS-52 crew. Pictured on the back row, left to right, are Michael A. Baker, pilot; James B. Wetherbee, commander; and Steven G. Maclean, payload specialist. On the front row, left to right, are mission specialists Charles (Lacy) Veach, Tamara Jernigan, and William Shepherd. Launched aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia on October 22, 1992 at 1:09:39 p.m...
Keywords: Who -- William Shepherd; What -- STS-5; What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter; What -- Columbia; What -- LAGEOS II
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[image]Columbia 180 Turn and Burn - NASA
The Space Shuttle Columbia and her crew of six lifted off from PAD 39B at 1:09 p.m. EDT, on a ten-day mission. The primary payload of Space Shuttle mission STS-52 is the Laser Geodynamic Satellite II (LAGEOS II).
Keywords: Space Shuttle; Rocket Launches; What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter; What -- Columbia; What -- STS-5; What -- LAGEOS II
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[image]STS-52 Mission Insignia - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
The STS-52 insignia, designed by the mission?s crew members, features a large gold star to symbolize the crew's mission on the frontiers of space. A gold star is often used to symbolize the frontier period of the American West. The red star in the shape of the Greek letter lambda represents both the laser measurements taken from the Laser Geodynamic Satellite (LAGEOS II) and the Lambda Point Experiment, which was part of the United States Microgravity Payload (USMP-l)...
Keywords: What -- STS-5; What -- LAGEOS II; Where -- United States of America
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[image]STS-52 Columbia, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 102, crew insignia - NASA
STS-52 Columbia, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 102, crew insignia (logo), the official insignia of the NASA STS-52 mission, features a large gold star to symbolize the crew's mission on the frontiers of space. A gold star is often used to symbolize the frontier period of the American West. The red star in the shape of the Greek letter lambda represents both the laser measurements to be taken from the Laser Geodynamic Satellite (LAGEOS II) and the Lambda Point Experiment, which is part of the United State...
Keywords: Who -- Tamara E. Jernigan; Who -- Steven MacLean; What -- STS-5; What -- Columbia; What -- LAGEOS II; Where -- United States of America
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[image]STS-52 deployment of LAGEOS/IRIS spacecraft from OV-102's payload bay - NASA
During STS-52 deployment activities, the Italian Research Interim Stage (IRIS), a spinning solid fuel rocket, lifts the Laser Geodynamic Satellite II (LAGEOS II) out of its support cradle and above the thermal shield aboard Columbia, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 102. The remote manipulator system (RMS) arm, with Material Exposure in Low Earth Orbit (MELEO), is positioned above the port side sill longeron. On the mission-peculiar equipment support structure (MPESS) carriers in the center foreground is th...
Keywords: What -- STS-5; What -- LAGEOS II; What -- Columbia; What -- Earth; What -- CTA; Where -- United States of America; Where -- Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
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